Ordinary Whites read our site because something inside them knows they’re reading the truth, even if some don’t immediately admit it to themselves.
When I first began reading American Renaissance and agreeing with most of it, I still regarded all the posters there as “racist” and regarded myself as “not racist.” After all, the posters there were angry, and they were saying things I never said aloud.
After some months, I posted a comment there myself one day, and the artificial wall between them and me fell away.
Sometimes that wall never comes down. In Knoxville a few years ago I visited a fellow I had known online when I was the official resident “racist” at the website of Knoxville’s newspaper.
He and I spent an afternoon together, during which he said a lot of racial stuff that went beyond my own views, but I soon realized that he thought of me as a “racist,” and himself not!
That made me feel very odd, but it taught me a lesson.
Many ordinary White folk coming to our site for the first time will probably consider us in the same way I first considered American Renaissance, and they will continue to think of themselves as not being the same as us, and they will have to hang with us for awhile before that artificial feeling of distinction between us and them drops away.
Why is that artificial feeling there in the first place?
A little thought produces the answer:
Although the anti-white regimes that rule us strongly encourage feelings of racial identity in non-whites, they demonize all Whites who have even the slightest feeling of racial identity.
That makes us less able to resist the flooding of our countries with millions of third world non-whites, and our being forced by law to integrate with those non-whites so that we will “assimilate,” i.e. intermarry and be blended out of existence.
If you are new to this site, please give that a good hard thought!